—23/07/15
Drive On Breakdown Assist

Crombie Lockwood now offers business clients breakdown assistance. 

If you’ve ever been stuck on the side of the road, unsure of what to do next, you’ll know how stressful it can be.  Well never again. With Crombie Lockwood’s new breakdown service, Drive On, help is just a moment away.

Drive On is a natural fit alongside your existing Commercial or Business Motor Vehicle insurance policy, giving you the perfect combo to cover most roadside events.  

Drive On is exceptional value.  You’ll benefit from unlimited callouts and it doesn’t matter who is driving, as the vehicle is covered, not the driver.   This is perfect for businesses who occasionally share vehicles.

Included in the package is:

  • Assistance with mechanical breakdowns
  • Help changing flat tyre
  • Flat battery recharge
  • Battery replacement
  • Access to locked vehicle
  • Fuel top up
  • Incorrectly fuelled assistance
  • Vehicle recovery
  • Afterhours towing
  • Caravans/trailer towing

 

There’s also a free App for smartphones. A callout can be requested at the touch of a button; GPS on the phone pinpoints the vehicle’s exact location and the tracker devise enables you to see how many minutes away a roadside representative is.

In the event of a breakdown, a roadservice representative from The New Zealand Automobile Association Inc. will attend. The AA has approximately 130 Roadservice employees and 300 AA Roadservice contractors who have over 1,200 fully qualified and experienced staff and a renowned customer service team operating 24/7.  The AA are one of the most recognised and respected organisations in the country and we know that Crombie Lockwood clients are in good hands.

Ask your broker about Drive On or click here to make an enquiry and we'll contact you.

Crombie Lockwood CEO, Carl O’Shea (L) gets a personal briefing about Drive On from Richard Legae, AA Roadservice Technical Training Manager, Auckland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Crombie Lockwood CEO, Carl O’Shea (L) gets a personal briefing about Drive On from Richard Legae, AA Roadservice Technical Training Manager, Auckland.